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toolimit using yoor stove or oven... and take a cool shower... that'll make the peoole arounn you happier too. morning news. it's been a eek since powerful storms swept through region...leavvng behinn fallen debris, damage...and causing thousands to go without power. as oo riiht now, b-g-e say they've restored power to almost 700-thousand people.but manyyare will without power, morning.herres a look at the latest power outageenumbers at this hhur:according to b-g-e's website... total...anne aruudel county...baltimore ciiy... baltimore county... ccrroll county... howard county... 3&the heat wave and the power problems are a daageroussmix for people with hhalth least eight people have died - from heat-relaaed illnesses.... phree of them in baltimore city its especially pifficult foo those with respirattry problems. 3 and kinda wheezing like. i've got a wheezing tting. that lets me know its time to get on to my machine." machine." been without powwr for six as - use hee breathing device. crees bbgan workinggin hee catonnville neighborhoodd thursddy afternoon.. but, soo far... n
>> greg: true. >> kimberly: thank you for spending time with us. tune in tomorrow for the fabulous fourth of july special. west point hell cat, dunk tank and wings. you don't want to mess it. see you back here tomorrow. ♪ >> john: another u.s. apology. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> john: good evening. i'm john roberts in for bret baier. pakistan in the seven-month long blockade in the boarder with afghanistan that cost the american taxpayer $2 billion. it took an american apology which the pentagon and the administration have said for months would not be forthcoming. national security correspondent jennifer griffin has details. >> reporter: the apology came from hillary clinton in a phone call to pakistan foreign minister. "we are sorry for the losses suffered by pakistani military. we are committed to working closely to pakistan and afghanistan to prevent this from ever happening again." for seven months, the white house, state department and pentagon said they would not apologize for the cross-border shooting incident on novembe november 26 that left 24 pakistani troops
use it in an identity theft in the future. >> cases have been reported in the least a dozen states in the country including right here in maryland. b.g.e. officials are taking stock of its performance after the storms last week. there's a lot to be learned from these last two weeks. >> we will be looking at the network and where are their danger trees, trees that are perhaps leaning in a bad position or limbs that may be broken and they come down on our lines. >> there could be more severe weather during the summer. >> sent by opening insights into what remains -- some by opening insights into what remains. kim dacey has more. >> today the department of public works will start making some system flow adjustments to protect the city water supply. in march, they discovered the potential break in the line in southwest baltimore. using high-tech equipment like the pipe diver and the special optical cable, now the dpw has to replace three sections of the 54-inch main. because of that, citizens are being asked to conserve water. >> please refrain from outside watering, car washing, power
with us. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm will a string of purse snatchings from local gas stations continues and tonight, we're hearing from one of the victims. >> the police tell us that -- the victim tells us that the police don't seem to be interested in her case. john henrehan has more. >> reporter: purse snatchings are a common occurrence that at this service station, the owners put up a sign warning women to keep their handbags with them at all times even while pumping gas. security video from a sunoco station taken on wednesday shows a thief exiting from an suv that circled the parking lot. he leaves his door open. at the victim's car, he reaches in through the passenger window, grabs the purse and he and his driver are off the lot within seconds. there were four more purse snatchings from stations in prince georges countiy in succeeding days. it happens in d.c., too. this young woman who asked her irk dentity be masked, lost a purse at the exxon station on alabama and southeast on july 16th. there was a more menacing aspect to this incident. >> one of the guys opened my car door and
to the special interests, it's up to you. >> opening day of the olympics and the u.s. makes a splash. we have highlights from all the competition. baltimore fans tell us what it is like to watch michael phelps battle it out with ryan lochte. those stories and a forecast for sunday and the start of the workweek. >> live, local, late breaking. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> thank you for staying up with us. the u.s. begins the olympics with a bang. five medals on day one that there was disappointment when michael phelps did not make the top three. traci has the results from olympic park. >> and the so-called pool dual, lochte won the individual medley by a full three seconds. >> i am so happy. i had my family cheering for me. >> michael phelps barely qualified then ended up fourth, his worst since he was a teenager. >> the biggest thing is putting this behind me. >> he had six more chances and become the world's most decorated olympian. in the women's four hundred meter, elizabeth came in second, repr
, after an extensive study in march using high-tech equipment that uncovered a new problem. using high-tech equipment like the type diver at optical cables, inspectors found a potential outbreak in southwest baltimore in march. >> due to the proactive work of the baltimore city department of public works, we have gotten ahead of a potentially serious matter. >> most of the large water main breaks were caused by a stressed pipes sold to the nation for decades ago. dpw will begin adjustments. they will adjust 3 16-inch sections of the 54-inch main. >> please refrain from outside watering, car washing, until after sunset or during the early morning hours. please do not wash clothes or dishes or do non-essential indoor cleaning using water until late in the evenings or early morning trade used clothes washers or dishwashers only with full loads. we're asking that you remember that short showers use less water than filling a tub. >> dpw says there is a chance that water service could be interrupted, but using the conservation tips will reduce that chance. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 as. >> offici
the u.s. taxpayer estimated $2.1 billion to fly supplies needed by u.s. and nato troops through the northern central asian corridor. truck convoy backed up at the border were attacked. pakistanis close the c.i.a. air base used for drone strikes and demanded $5,000 per vehicle that passed through the border. so what changed? pakistani dropped fees for each truck passing through the border and the u.s. apologize u.s. apologized. some say pakistan gained more from the break through. >> it has been able to obtain the u.s. apology, obtain that relations have improved between the two countries without takes those difficult steps of going after the sanctuary, getting the taliban to play a positive role of reconciliation talks. >> pakistan new prime minister indicated another motivation for opening the supply line. the exit of the u.s. forces from afghanistan. he said in a statement today. >> john: what else request fig do pakistanis get for opening up supply route? >> $1.1 billion in combat support funds that the u.s. frozen and will now process. pakistan's ambassador insisted the agre
foundation does, we use generic drugs and dave made a huge difference. and pat for money cannot be used to buy those drugs, first because eric goolsby at all the people agreed that they should anzac and because i made an agreement with president bush when he was an obvious that i would submit all of the mehdi said we sent anywhere in the world to the fda and he said if the fda approved them is the effect of an appropriate that on a local contrary could use their money to buy that meta-sin. [applause] and he kept his word. and that was the beginning of this and i'm very, very grateful for that. that means for these drugs are not available with got to do something for people without insurance who can't afford the drugs. [cheers and applause] now, our foundation has partnered with major pharmaceutical, aeneas to make access to affordable hiv medication available faster, in a simpler way on a longer-term basis of people who don't qualify for a bat, but can't afford the drug. here's the idea. we will provide a one-stop shop for uninsured patients to access all of the patient assistance progr
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generators. >> facilities using generators also include dialysis and assisted living. signal outages are keeping the maryland state police busy. >> there was a point that we had approximately 500 without power. we currently have around 50 troopers out there for the morning rush and evening rush. >> represented from state agencies are working around the clock, assisting local jurisdictions. like monsters provide a real time accounting of restoration -- live monitors provide a real time accounting of restoration efforts in progress. some policies cover food loss. the insurance company is not responding to your satisfaction, contact the state. >> we have a rapid response team at endeavour's to resolve conflicts without the need to file formal complaint. we have catalogers' success with that program. -- we have had a lot of success with that program. >> state officials advise those looking for a free place to escape the heat to dial 2-1-1. they will guide you to the clues we do to the closest cooling center. -- they will guide you to the closest cooling center. >> crews from throughout t
monetary fund says the u.s. economy is recovering, but it's still very fragile. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, armed with an i.m.f. report issued today, christine lagarde warns that u.s. policy-makers must be careful not to overdo debt reduction. >> to bring the debt under control, action needs to be taken over a period of time. that is not just next year. that is going to extend for the next ten years. it needs to be gradual, not so contractionary that the economy folds. >> woodruff: we have an update on efforts across the country to recover from wildfires, extreme heat, and power outages. >> brown: susan dentzer of the journal "health affairs" answers questions many of you are asking about how health care reform will work, now that the supreme court has weighed in. >> for somebody who is running a small business, what does this new health care plan... how does that impact future busess owners? >> brown: margaret warner interviews mexico's new president-elect, enrique peÑa nieto, about drug war violence and relations with th
>> good morning, everyone. thank you so much for joining us. >> it is independence day. wednesday, july 4th and thanks for watching "fox & friends" first. now, we want you throughout the world to send us over your patriotic pictures and tell us exactly how you plan to celebrate the day to us. you can shoot us an e-mail at friendsfirst at foxnews.com and keep them coming throughout the hour. >> absolutely. now it's time for your five at 5:00, the top five stories making news for you at this hour. nearly 1.3 million across seven states and washington, d.c. remain without power. it is now the fifth day that they're without electricity after deadly storms. crews working around the clock to help restore power in unbearable heat and more bad weather expected to hit parts of the east coast later today. >> on the eve of the fourth of july, a fireworks explosion causing the back deck of a new hampshire home to go up in flames overnight. >> and i saw the cloud, i knew it couldn't be done so i came down and the feeling in my stomach so i knew something couldn't be right. i was hoping someb
through our region. the entire area remains under a thunderstorm watch. thanks for joining us at 6 i am will thomas. let's get right to it. gwen tolbart is in the weather center tracking the storms. >> it has been a very busy afternoon will. the storms started firing up into the early afternoon hours, areas to the northwest and have become fairly widespread as the system pushes through to the south and southeast. let's begin with a look at radar all centered around that frontal system you see there, that system being the trigger for everything happening coming into our warm, humid air mass across the region, causing things to fire up. we have a severe thunderstorm watch for the entire viewing area, in effect until 10. let's go to sentinel radarrings on max one for you here, you can see we have a little bit of an area to the south, just seems to be now like it is really firing up a lot. a little bit of upper level rotation, that definitely is worth watching and then as we take a closer look towards the northeast, we are talking about areas that definitely have hail alert s with them and
. >> joining us now is rob from b.g.e. with the latest on the power outages. good morning. at least check, we had 320,000 people. >> we're below 314,000 and maybe lower at this point. we've restored well over a quarter of a million customers so we're making progress but i don't think we should be feeling that great about the fact that that many has been restored and get comfortable with that because the reality is this restoration effort is going to go deep into this week but the emphasis on the word deep. >> and what people need to keep in mind is they may be seeing progress and they're seeing the numbers drop but pretty soon, it's going to be fewer and fewer people each day that get their lights back on. >> if you think about what happened during hurricane irene, in that instance, we had made significant progress by day two or three, we had restored about 70% of the customers. then we got into the individual outages and that just takes a lot of work and the problem is here, all of us did not expect this type of storm and so the utilities we would normally reach to were also affected and we
. the humidity is not at an extreme level and the rain is to the south of us. is see some in pennsylvania and new jersey. the real showers are in extreme southern maryland and the lower eastern shore. than we didre sun yesterday. we're starting the morning off in great shape. no rain. we will check the traffic with sarah. >> we're glad to report that. in the city we have some fire department activity near orleans. maybe some lane closures with fire equipment in the way. speeds around 67 on the north side over towards the harrisburg expressway. around 62 as you travel on the west side towards 70. no delays on 70 in towards the beltway. five minutes on southbound 95 down towards the fort mchenry. eight minutes on southbound 95 towards the harbor tunnel. here's a quick live look at traffic. an update on 50. checking out fine to and from the annapolis region. traffic on the north side. out of traffic is moving without delay towards the west side. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> some eye opening insights. calls for water conservation. >> kim dacey joins us live. there are any breaks in the
night, we had some again last night, they forced u.s. capitol police to evacuate the west lawn of the capitol identify short time. rehearsals were being held for tonight's capitol 4th concert. thins started back up again shortly after 10:30. >>> if you plan to head out to the mall for tonight's july 4th celebration, your bet bet is to make metro. if you are driving though, keep in mind, there are lots of road closures and parking restrictions. there is a full list on myfoxdc.com under web links. >>> time to get the latest on the weather. can you believe who we have sitting next to us. >> it has been a while. >> tony perkins. >> see if we can get this done in a rather smooth manner. >> i'm sure we can. >> tucker is on his way to nationals park. he will be there broadcasting later on in the show. of a got the weather duty. and tell you about a for you la today too. so we'll watch the skies, keep our fingers crossed. let's start with hd radar. we can show you what is happening out there as we speak. we do have some showers up to the north. they're really breaking autopsies the mor
? >> reporter: the owner of a downtown d.c. jewelry store reached out to the media and provided us surveillance video from his store that captured an armed robbery june 9th. he thought he would contact us because he heard about the incident last friday. an arlington jeweler killed during an armed robbery. as you're about to see, the suspect in both cases looks similar. first, let's show you the d.c. robbery. a man wearing a reflective vest walked into benson's jewelers on f street and asked to see engagement rings. when the owner of the store turned his back, the man pulled the out a large gun and demanded jewelry. he didn't shoot the owner and got away with $20,000 worth of items and mostly diamond rings and look at surveillance images from the arlington case last friday. the police showed him wearing a reflective vest. he was buzzed into the store by the owner. wong's family said that is how he allowed customers inside the store and the 52-year-old was killed during this robbery. we spoke with ken stein, the owner of benson's in washington, d.c., and is trying to figure out why d.c. police di
dozens of u.s. military bases and strike israel within minutes. this coming from a general in iran's revolutionary guard. cons week, their military carrying out large-scale war games. they are testing a medium range missile on mockups of american bases. and while iranian military leaders claim they could hit american targets within about 1300 miles, the defense experts say iran's military is no match for the u.s. of course, iran and much of the west have been in a diplomatic standoff over that nation's nuclear program. the iranians claiming the program is for peaceful purposes but many around the world doubt it. and another threat, which we have heard before, iran now saying it will stop certain oil tankers in the strait of hormuz, which would effect the delivery of one fifth of the world's oil supply. the u.s. already moving military assets to that region to counter any potential attack. jennifer griffin live with the news in washington tonight. jennifer, how seriously is the pentagon taking this latest threat to hit our bases? >> well, they're mindful, harris. this is the third d
though it can typically go further, up to 1200 miles. the u.s. has been positioning patriot missile batteries across the region to protect their bases, harris. >> well, which western targets are most at risk at this point? >> well, there is the fifth fleet base in bahrain and united arab emirates and qatar. 30,000 u.s. troops in the gulf. the commander of revolutionary guards aerospace division said today quote, these bases are all in range of our missiles and the occupied lands. he was referring to israel are also good targets for us. western oil tankers are also targets, especially u.s. and european flag tankers making their way through the strait of hormuz. iran has threatened to target anyone oil elm bar go that began on july 1st. today we heard that kenya is canceling agreement to buy 4 million tons of crude a year 40 billion a day in light new sanctions, harris. >> harris: diplomatically along what they have said stick to the sanctions to keep them to work. one agency breaking saxes to iran. >> eu sanctions. and we're now learning that a wing of the u.n. that is responsible fo
of the dissent together. >> former u.s. secretary of commerce john bryson won't be charged in connection with the series of bizarre hit-and-runs that led to his resignation last month. although he tested positive for a small amount of ambien in his system, they have ruled the accident caused by a seizure. >> apparently, hollywood has been showing him the money. tom cruise making or taking the top spot on "forbes" list of highest paid actors. he made a whopping $75 million last year, heather. no chump change there. yeah, leonardo dicaprio and adam sandler both trailed behind him, only $37 million. that's your five at 5:00. >> we go to the loss of an american legend. he was america's favorite sheriff and lawyer adored by fans. today, andy griffith is being remembered by fans who loved him best. >> i'm telling you to hush up. >> you told me i could speak now or forever hold my peace. >> well, now i'm telling you if you don't hush up, you'll be forever holding the seat of your britches. >> so cute! great. of course, that was ron howard who played griffith's son opie on the andy griffith sho
grath is live on the scene now. megan, what can you tell us about what's going on? >> well, barbara, decatur street is shut down here in the area of the rail tracks here. take a look behind me. you can see the crews still here on the scene. let's look at the chopper video. some pretty dramatic vilss to show you here of this suv that got in the way of this train. the train was heading northbound on the tracks. it's a csx train, a freight train and for whatever reason this suv got on to the tracks. the train, fortunately, was going rather slowly, tried to stop. it did impact, it did strike the suv and we're told that it dragged the vehicle about 30 feet up the tracks until it came to a complete stop. now, there was a woman behind the wheel, she's in her 30s. that's all we know about her identity. we're told that she has serious injuries, but that she is expected to live. now, exactly what was going on at the time this all happened. you can see that the lights here are flashing at this crossing here. exactly how this, the two came into this path of collision, that's still part of the investigat
a serious dispute and an acknowledgement by the u.s. that mistakes were made. nbc's jim miklaszewski joins us tonight from the pentagon with more. jim, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, natalie. that bitter dispute exploded last november, when american air strikes mistakenly killed 24 pakistani troops. when the u.s. refused to apologize, pakistan closed down two critical supply lines into afghanistan. and vital shipments were backed up at the border. today those routes were reopen, when secretary of state hillary clinton told pakistan, we are sorry for the loss of pakistani forces. u.s. officials insist this was not an apology, but it was good enough for pakistan. those routes supply american troops with just about everything they need to survive, and will be just as critical to ending the war. they're the same routes american forces will take to withdraw from afghanistan over the next two years. natalie? >> jim miklaszewski at the pentagon for us tonight, thank you. >>> the fda has approved a new over the counter test for hiv that can be used at home, and gets results in about a ha
on this friday. it's friday the 13th. hope you are not too superstition. good morning. >> thanks for joining us. lauren cook has a check on traffic and lynette with weather. it was so nice out yesterday. >> it was. it was amazing out there. did you enjoy? >> absolutely. >> it's my -- it's my convertible top down. >> that's the way to do it. she knows how to rock. let's show you what's going on. maryland's most powerful radar is dry across here but we can see back off towards the west around wind chest erin further into west virginia and virginia we are starting to deal with a few showers across this area. been here all morning and heaviest rain to the north of beckly right now and all this is sliding off toward the north and east. some of it could get in here going through the rest of the morning and afternoon. i will keep my eye on that. take the rain gear with you in case to be prepared but we have lots of clouds out there as well. with the clouds temperatures have been kept up this morning. bowie at 68. chestertown more of the same denton at 68 dedegrees. let's check of the abc2 timesaver tr
a past war against each other, but our shared future will continue to make the u.s. and the uk the lands of the free and the home of the brave for centuries to come. >> now, if you would all rise for the morgan university choir and the u.s. navy band and our national anthem. ♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? ♪ ♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ >>> now, ladies and gentlemen the president of the united states. >> it's my great pleasure to join you in commemorating the 200th anniversary of the war of 1812. this is an important anniversary for the united states, the united kingdom and canada. i want to thank all of you, especially my friends governo
they will receive a special tribute to ground zero in the morning and join us to talk about freedom, liberty and sacrifice on july 4th. set the tivo, grab the tissues and join us. >> the news begins anew in "studio b." the united states and pakistan ended a 7 month standoff offense a key supply route to afghanistan but it took a phone call from hillary clinton. >>> cops arrested the c.e.o. of one time online poker giant on accusations he ran a ponzi scheme that scammed players out of hundreds of millions of dollars. a trade group for drone makers and operators has released a code of conduct for the flying machines. but does it do enough? that's all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >>> but first from fox at 3:00, the u.s. is saying sorry for the nato air strike that killed two dozen pakistani troops last year and secretary of state hillary clinton said both sides acknowledged the mistakes. at the same time pakistan agreed to reopen key border crossings in afghanistan. pakistan closed them in retaliation for the strike effectively cutting off supply routes
are telling us that this started with an 911 call from the suspect's mother. police identified the suspect as 21-year-old andre mccoy. it began at the 4700 block of lakeland road. the mother made the call to police saying she believed her son was high on pcp acting erratically. the suspect walked out with his mother with a gun in his hand. that is when the they say he noticed police. at that point, he fled at area and made his way to the corridor in college park. police tell us it was an involved seen at several different locations. they tell us that they tried to apprehend him several times deploying their weapons, even using a taser not once but twice, but at he was able to avoid that and continue on the move. it was more than five minutes they were trying to apprehend a suspect. he tried to get into not one but two police cruisers. he was finally able to get inside one of them and sped off. >> finally, he was able to put it into drive. he crashes into a brick wall about two and half, three feet high in front of the mcdonald's on route one bit that is 18 to 10 police officers were able t
. the food and drug administration has officially banned using b-p-a in certain baby produccs. products.b-p-a is a chemical used in many products... including cans and clear plastic bottles.f-d-a regulations now prohibit the use of b-p-a in making baby bottles, sippy cups and cans containing infant formula.most manufacturers have already stopped using b-p-a in baby products over concerns aaout health problems linned to the chemical. for thh second time since june... the f-d-a approves a new rescription diet drug. it's called qsymia ... and patienns who took it in clinical trials... lost an average of 23 pounds.the drug is recommended for obese patients... with a b-m-i over 27 and who also have other weight-relaaed health issues. "belviq" wws the other drug approved by the f-d-a this yeer. a controversial street name in howard county... may soon be changing.the street in the oakland mills village is called "coon hunt courr."a name some call racially offfnsive.now the howard county department of planning and zoning will meet in september... to talk about changing the name to april wind
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be nationalized? here are the numbers to call -- you can also find us online. send us a tweet. or e-mail us -- "the new york times" has an piece today that says -- we would like to hear what you think about that. let's continue reading. some economists had a surprisingly different take it comes to the big fish in the economic pond. some found only way to preserve competition was to nationalize. this notion seems counterintuitive. this is a question a lot of newspapers, economists, and politicians asked back in 2009 when the economic crisis hit. now we're revisiting it, especially in the wake of the libor scandal in the uk. "forbes."e picece from when we look at the question of nationalization and what it means, what about to the archives and see what the questions were from 2008. in this article looks at what it means. and it means giving the government the power to control banks. this could mean taking control of the public shares to the power to pick and install new leadership at the bank. let's go back to the o"new york times" op ed piece that says basically of the barclays interest-rate
and natalie morales. al is at the residence of the u.s. ambassador here in london. a little later this morning he's going to be talking to our first lady michelle obama. we're going to check in with him a little later on. meanwhile, what do you think of our digs. >> amazing. >> only more exciting. the park is actually closed right now to the public. we expect there will be crowds lining up behind us for the next couple of weeks. you're starting to really feel the excitement in the air. >> a great location. you know what's behind us there. you get the lay of the land. that big white thing there, that is savannah's trailer, better known as the olympic stadium. the observation tower, the aquatic center. >> amazing chlgt you ask. >> you asked me to store your hair and makeup. >> we're going to spend a lot of time in these places. >> the pomp and pageantry under way. the famous big ben chimed nonstop for three minutes to celebrate the first official day of the olympics. right now a big crowd is at tower bridge awaiting the olympic torch to sail by on the queen's barge. whose hands will it be in? ma
is live with more on this for us now. tracy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, barbara. ncaa officials say these sanctions are meant to change the culture of athletics at penn state. while not punishing those who have done nothing wrong. it's a tough line to walk, but here's what the ncaa came up with. penn state has to pay a $60 million fine, which equals the amount of money generated annually by the football program. there will be a four-year ban on bowl games and any post-season competitions as well. there will be a reduction in sports scholarships from 25 to 15 for the next four years. the university will be stripped of all wins from 1998 through 2011. officials say that start date marks the date of the first infraction. the university will be on probation with the ncaa for the next five years, and the ncaa reserves the right to investigate individuals affiliated with the program and possibly levy additional sanctions after all criminal proceedings are complete. this historic penalty is brought by the ncaa followed former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky's convic
approaching baltimore. most of the activity has been south of us and to the west of us, but again we have a chance for some active weather this evening because it has been so hot and muggy. now tonight expecting partly cloudy conditions, still muggy with some isolated thunderstorms, some strong or severe, temperatures falling to the 70s. we'll talk more about the heat and bigger storms a little bit later. back to you. >>> life just is not getting easier for people who still don't have electricity. six days without power is really taking its toll. peggy fox is live in arlington now with more. peg? >> reporter: well, i tell you what, this neighborhood is lucky they just got their power back on. power crews from ontario left about 45 minutes ago and everybody around here had a big smile. let me tell you it's been a rough six days. a cluster of homes here on kenmore street in clarendon have had to do without. they've been using coolers and ice to keep a small amount of food cold. they've been shutting cartons during the day and opening windows at night. this woman was prepared with her batte
i want to bring in ed lavandara who is joining us from centennial, colorado. ed, walk us through the charges that he is faced with. >> sure thing, suzanne. essentially, james holmes has been charged with 142 criminal counts. 24 counts of first-degree murder and 116 counts of attempted murder, and essentially, that is doubled up on the number of victims inside of that movie theater. remember, 12 people killed an 58 people who were wound and taken to hospitals. now the legal reason behind that according to the paperwork we have received is that they were able to file double the charges on each of those victims, because number one, prosecutors say it was a planned attack, and premeditated and also because james holmes showed an extreme indifference towards the people he was killing, and that is that he did not matter who he was killing, but shooting indiscriminantly into the movie theater. because off that, that gives them the legal basis to file double the counts against james holmes. there is also one count of possessing explosives and one count which is a sentence enhancer becaus
still are not buying vegetables and fruits. they still are buying what they're used to. opening a supermarket in isolation is not going to change people's eating habits. it has to be in tandem with other things such as education on nutrition and knowing how to cook food are not used to buy. it has to be a multi-faceted approach. a big part of the campaign is education around nutrition, what to do once you have access to these kinds of food. host: this is median earnings. guest: you do see differences for african-americans by gender. this side shows african-american males making about $37,000 is around all females. some of that may be related to occupation and back from. cynthia may want to follow-up on that if you have any other things to add. host: i was going to add a statistic from the economic policy institute on poverty rates. this looks at median earnings. this is another view of household income. it was steady. the black population, 27% of those reporting are at the poverty line. hispanic, 26%. a large disparity in black and white households on poverty statistics. guest:
said that that's something that only the chief justice will know and when he decides to tell us-- if he decides to tell us-- could be some time way in the future. >> glor: jan crawford from new hampshire tonight. jan, thank you. we will have more of jan's interview with mitt and anne romney tomorrow an cbs "this morning." this week, the summer driving season moves into high gear and americans are paying a lot less at the pump. the price of gas is now $3.34 a gallon-- down 60 cents in almost three months. michelle miller examines whether that trend will continue. >> as you can see the size of the fuel tanks... >> reporter: when we visited trucking fleet owner andy anastasio in connecticut last march, his big rigs were guzzling almost $1,400 worth of diesel every time he filled a tank. not anymore. what's your fuel cost today? >> to fill up the truck, about $1,000. >> reporter: that's a savings of $5,000 every week. you don't sound particularly excited. >> well, we're cautiously optimistic. we'd like to see fuel back down to $2 a gallon where it was only a couple years ago. >> reporter: b
. the response they need from you. it's wednesday july 18th. thanks for joining us. a lot to talk about and one thing that's been consistent is the heat. and mike, i know a lot of people are saying it's just too hot to do anything right now. >> today is going to be a brutally hot day. heat and humidity and it's in the 100. i want to show you a shot that is a hot sun. the sun is who the but it's a hot looking shot at this hour. and we will be talking about our temperatures soaring into the 80s and 90s and hitting 100 later today. clicking my graphics and let's look -- clicking my graphics and let's show outtemperatures across the area and -- you the temperatures across the area. hot mornings starting out. 85 in the inner harbor and heat indexes ranges between 84 to 86 and again we will be talkingthis excessive heat advisory between 11 in the morning right up until 9 at night. in fact we will advance the graphics and show you everybody involved in the heat advisory. it's a heat warning as you head towards philadelphia. and we will move it along towards maryland's most powerful radar because take
in u.s. history. >> 12 dead at close to 60 others were injured. >> good morning . the theater where the mass murder took place remains close. it could be months before the trial begins. yesterday the public had a chance to look of the alleged killer face to face. the makeshift memorial keeps growing across from the theater today after a brief hearing to read james holmes his rights. the accused mass murderer seemed dazed as family members of some of the victims sat nearby. >> he does look fairly demotic something like that. his eyes are kind of crazy looking. there's something wrong with that man. >> holmes recently dropped out of grant school. he spent thousands of dollars on weapons and ammunition and dressed up like a batman character and open fire on this theater. 10 were dead in the theater and two died later. among them were jessica. >> we were awakened by the most horrific scream i have ever heard in my life. >> the victims range in age from 6 to 51. there are many stories of heroism. her friend saved her life. they made it out alive. >> we were waiting there literally in the
found safe. safe.we have been following the developments here on fox45 since police told us violet ripken was missing early this m. morning.tom rodgers is here now with how this whole story unfolded this morning... plus today's other top stories.tom? good morning guys, guys,74-year old violet ripken... the mother of the ironman... is alive and well. we got off the phone with aberdeen police just about 15 minutes ago.they say she is back home and with family right now ... after she was found in harford county this morning.mrs. ripken does live in aberdeen... and until just a couple hours ago... had not been seen since last night... around 8:15 in the ebenezer road area of essex.police say she doesn't have a record of health issues but she was evaluated by a medical crew. right now it is still not known if it was all just a misunderstanding... police are not releasing much information... as this is still an active investigation. active this is still an active investigation. we will continue to keep in contact with police and bring you the very latest throughout our newscast this morn
is new again. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "the ed show" with ed schultz starts right now. >> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" from new york. 119 days before the election, and mitt romney still refuses to quit hiding his wealth. come on, mittster, give us the tax returns. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >> he wants you to show your papers, but he won't show us his. >> democrats attack mitt romney's secrecy on his tax returns. as republicans get deceptive. >> i think he has released the tax returns. >> maryland governor martin o'malley isn't pulling any punches on his offshore money and he's here tonight. >> voter id which is going to allow governor romney to win the state of pennsylvania, done. >> the pennsylvania voter suppression story just got uglier. >> this year, the law required every pennsylvania voter show a photo id at the polls. >> why was a mitt romney fund-raiser paid $250,000 to run the stase's voter id campaign? the out of control republican party is voting to repeal obamacare for the 31st time. >> the american people do n
on generator power. residents are asked to use water only for essential purposes. the restrictions may be in effect until monday. baltimore officials are asking residents to use water wisely so that water tends can refill because of downed trees, all electric fields to the puppy station have been impacted. >> one of the things we are encouraging everyone to do is to continue conserving through this sea waves. even though our reservoirs are in excellent condition, they are virtually filled. it takes a lot of energy, it takes a lot of work at the pumps to produce massive quantities of water. >> avoid filling up pulls and avoiding power washers. at least two deaths in maryland are blamed on the storm, both by falling trees. >> a tree apparently killed a 71-shulman in her bed. kevin o'brien was pronounced dead at the scene. two passengers were treated for minor injuries. crews are surge in the water 50 nautical miles south of annapolis for one person whose fishing boat capsized early this morning. maryland is just one of several states on the receiving end that the severe storm has impacte
who kind of had been hit by like the aftershock of it and then kind of went running ast us.and two men were standing under a area fridayywhen a lightning strike knocked them to the grrond.the shock was enough to ssnd one of them into cardiac arrest, eventually killing him. he leavessbehind a big family. nine children are now missing their father because he was out here to have a nice afternoon.i'm andrew spencer reporting. the other man in the georgia incident regained conscioosness s emergency crews tended to him.his conditton is unknown. unknown.according to the "san antonno express-newss... the chances of getting hit by lightning in a year... is one in a million.the odds of lifetime... is one in city officials are hoping the recent wells fargo decision, ii juut the start of a housing recovery in it really take for those seeeinn homes, to give the city a chance? joel d. smith is live &pat aahouse ow, that could be the template for reversing a &plong trend of residents leaving ccarm city. gooo morning joel d. 3 3 3 gas prices have dropped nearly seven cents over the past slide
apartment...///. weapons... that officers... say... he... planned to use... to... carry out... a mass shooting...//. prescott... became... a person of interest... after... he... phoned... in threats... at his former workplace...///. but... charges... have not been filed..../ legal... experts say... that's because... the government is being careful. 34:04 to make sure they bring the right charges and most provable charges. the last thing you want to do is bring charges and not have it stick in a case like this. so i think the prosecutor is working closely with the police both at the state and federal level to decide what charges are appropriate what they can prove and it's not a that clear in a case like this 3 :23 attorney's and psychologists... agree ... the... next couple of days... are going to play a key role... in... how this case is handled...//. tonight... prescott continues... to undergo... a mental evaluation. 3 in... his... second court appearance.../ accused... shooter ...james holmes... faced... formal charges today... in... the... colorado... m
encouraged to use mass transit and you are looking live at the scene. repairs are underway. you can take mlk or franklin street as an alternate. linda so will bring you a live report on when the repairs will be finished coming up in few minutes. more problems on 695 where there's crash blocking two lanes at the inner loop at peninsula expressway. and here's what the west side looks like at old court road. all is clear here traffic picking up in the outer loop but nothing of significance. that's a look at your abc timesaver traffic over to you. >>> back to the breaking news out of toronto canada we brought you on abc2news.com and this morning at 4:30. we are expecting to learn more about a shooting that left two dead and 19 others injured. about three hours ago. the press conference will be in three hours. that's when the police will address the media. now here's what we know so far this morning. two people killed were a teenage girl and a 20-year-old man. they were hit when gunfire erupted at crowded block party on the city's east side in toronto. >> it was an altercation that took place wit
-old is suspected of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others in one of the worst mass shootings in u.s. history. >> making his first court appearance with dyed hair following friday's mass shooting, suspect james holmes appeared before a judge for what is being called an initial advisement. a decision on further charges and the ruling is expected later. it is the first real look the public has had at the suspect, who has been held in solitary confinement since been taken into custody within minutes of the shooting. until now, we have only seen his picture. as the community of aurora, colorado continues to cope with what happened, the mayor says that they will survive. evidence from the gun man department. >> think of possible defenses for this guy. one thing that will be clear for anyone was that there was creek -- pretty clear deliberation in what this guy did. >> last night, the grieving community came together for a memorial service to render the victims. a poignant moment, colorado governor john hickenlooper read the names of those who died in the attack. a start community forced to cope wi
's choice. [ obama ] i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. . >>> hello and thank you for joining us. i'm jc hayward. >>> the extreme heat is topping our newscast this afternoon. a met -- the metropolitan washington area is under a heat advisory till 8:00 tonight. of course howard has been checking his maps so he has details. howard? >> the heat advisory just went into effect at noon. it lasts for another eight hours. we're worried about the heat- humidity combination pushing the heat index to 105, maybe locally higher than that, especially south of town. the cloud cover this morning, that gave us a little bit of a break. had showers and storms in western and northern maryland. those clouds around this morning have limited the rise to slow it down at least in northern sections. but down south, still very, very hot already. low 90s fredricksburg, tappahannock. we're trying to catch up. 88 at national. gaithersburg and hagerstown only in the low 80s at this hour. they may struggle to get into the 90s in the far northern sections. however, we still have a heat veriry. that's -- heat adv
. >> this is the best place for us to make sure they have everything they need to go out on site. >> reporter: laundry and a mess hall. a thousand crews are here as big as this is, it's duplicate is out in the middle river. >> today is one of our biggest days where we have every single crew here in place. >> reporter: bge uses no larger distribution table than this, 32,000-volts, 11 snapped poles are tackled by an 11 man work crew. >> i don't know what they call it here, back home we call it overhead twisted cable. it's on the ground. >> reporter: your area may have told you days not from around here. he's 68 years old and retired once and looks forward to these massive restoration jobs. >> this is work we love to do and when somebody needs help we're happy to help. i don't come down here to chase money. we come down because we feel we have an obligation to our profession and nobody else can do it. >> reporter: bge couldn't say how many customers will be restored. guest welcome to summer in maryland. >> it's hot for us. we're used to it. we workout doors every day 365 days a year. i'll take the heat o
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